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Q: Can 1 be a LCM

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No, as LCM deals with two or more numbers. The only way for it to be one is if you only had 1. But you can't find the LCM of a single number, there must be two or more. So, there is no LCM of 1.

The LCM applies to integers, not decimals.

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The LCM is 420.

It can be. 2 is the LCM of 1 and 2.

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